What is a LUT?
LUT stands for Look-Up Table and it’s basically a file that tells your picture & video editing software how to transform existing colours to the colours you want to have. It’s a bit like an Instagram filter, but better and more flexible.
The Teal & Orange problems
There are multiple ways to integrate Orange & Teal into your videos. The most common ways are either to push teal in the shadows and orange in the highlights/midtones or to use the channel mixer to push the overall colors of the image into Orange & Teal.
Many Teal & Orange LUTs are oversaturated, look unrealistic, and make green tones look bad.
TANGE LUTs fix these issues. They desaturate the image a bit to give it a more cinematic, less amateurish look.
The TANGE GT LUTs help you preserve beautiful green tones while keeping other colors in the same orange & teal look. You can choose between cold, warm, and hot green tones in every single look.
TANGE LUTs Examples
What is included?
The TANGE LUT Pack includes 39 LUTs. Depending on the look you want, you can choose between TANGE red, TANGE green and TANGE blue. In every of the 3 folders are 10 LUTs. One LUT with the basic look and 3 folders with 3 LUTs each to adjust the green tones and add blue into the shadows.
LUT folders :
GT = Green Tones:
SH = Shadows: SH high = high amount of blue in the shadows and orange in the highlights, SH low = low amount of blue in the shadows and orange in the highlights, SH = only blue in the shadows but no orange in the highlights
GT SH = GT LUTs with blue/teal in the shadows
Extra folders :
TANGE Combined = combinations of the red, green and blue looks.
TANGE 100 = Very strong,
EXTRAS = One LUT to apply an S-Curve used in the LUTs to your footage. Can be used to increase contrast even more. And one LUT that pushed blue only in the shadows of you’re
IMPORTANT: TANGE LUTs are for the final grade of your videos and photos. You have to do the basic color correction of your footage before you apply the LUTs if you shoot in a flat color profile!